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Developing Jazz Technique

Developing Jazz Technique

Improvisation - Style - Special effects


  • Instrumentation: flute
  • Edition: Edition with Online audio file
  • Language: English - French - German
  • Order No.: ED 12760
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Following on from the best-selling Jazz Method for Flute, "Developing Jazz Technique for Flute" will help the intermediate player take their jazz skills to a new level. The pieces are written in a variety of styles, including blues, swing, New Orleans, ragtime, jazz waltz, bossa nova, samba, salsa, calypso, reggae and South African. Particular emphasis is given to helping the student improvise over chord sequences, such as the II-V-I progression. Idiomatic effects like vibrato, subtone, glissandi and 'bending' notes are dealt with, and there is a special chapter on overtones. Several new scales are introduced, including the whole tone and diminished scales, and a section dedicated to patterns contains many ideas of practising in all twelve keys. A superb rhythm section provides backing for all the pieces and exercises on the accompanying CD.

The edition is part of the Trinity College London syllabus (grades 5,6,7,8)
Details
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: Acknowledgements
Introduction
Ear-training
The tunes
Improvising with modes and scales
Vibrato
Improvisation on simple harmonic forms
J.S. Bach as a model for development of the melodic line
Special effects
More special effects
II-V-I in major and minor
More on the Blues
Transposition and melodix displacement
Diminished and whole tone scales
2/4 Time: Ragtime and Samba
The Blues Part III and "Rhythm changes
Patterns
A basic repertoire of tunes
Bibliography
Discography
Table of chord symbols
Table of modes
Trill fingerings
Notes
CD track list
Chord progressions for tunes (insert)
Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
ISBN: 978-1-902455-21-1
ISMN: 979-0-2201-2313-9
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
UPC: 841886001893
page number: 96
Following on from the best-selling Jazz Method for Flute, "Developing Jazz Technique for Flute" will help the intermediate player take their jazz skills to a new level. The pieces are written in a variety of styles, including blues, swing, New Orleans, ragtime, jazz waltz, bossa nova, samba, salsa, calypso, reggae and South African. Particular emphasis is given to helping the student improvise over chord sequences, such as the II-V-I progression. Idiomatic effects like vibrato, subtone, glissandi and 'bending' notes are dealt with, and there is a special chapter on overtones. Several new scales are introduced, including the whole tone and diminished scales, and a section dedicated to patterns contains many ideas of practising in all twelve keys. A superb rhythm section provides backing for all the pieces and exercises on the accompanying CD.

The edition is part of the Trinity College London syllabus (grades 5,6,7,8)
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: Acknowledgements
Introduction
Ear-training
The tunes
Improvising with modes and scales
Vibrato
Improvisation on simple harmonic forms
J.S. Bach as a model for development of the melodic line
Special effects
More special effects
II-V-I in major and minor
More on the Blues
Transposition and melodix displacement
Diminished and whole tone scales
2/4 Time: Ragtime and Samba
The Blues Part III and "Rhythm changes
Patterns
A basic repertoire of tunes
Bibliography
Discography
Table of chord symbols
Table of modes
Trill fingerings
Notes
CD track list
Chord progressions for tunes (insert)
Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
ISBN: 978-1-902455-21-1
ISMN: 979-0-2201-2313-9
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
UPC: 841886001893
page number: 96
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